Week Ending September 28th, 2015
Patrick Killeen (Corkery, ON) was the hero behind the men’s hockey team’s 1-0 victory over the Binghamton Senators on September 28th. The 6’4 goaltender made some brilliant stops to keep the Carleton lead intact following their first period go-ahead goal.
Killeen was a wall in the net as he made 29 saves for the shutout over the NHL-calibre prospects who suited up for Binghamton. Killeen made some amazing saves, including a massive one on Ryan Dzingel’ short-handed breakaway late in period two.
Killeen supported his team to the very end of the game as the Ravens claimed their first win over an AHL opponent. Last season, he was an OUA East Goaltender of the Year for 2014-15.
Patrick is a 5th-year student studying Criminology.
Samantha Coates (Kanata, ON) of the golf team had an outstanding performance on September 21st to share a split win at the University of Toronto Invitational.
As Carleton’s lone female representative at the University of Toronto’s tournament, Coates had a memorable day at the Islington Golf Club as she completed a round of 79 which was good enough for a first-place tie with the U of T’s Kelsey Fuchs.
“I won the Carleton Invitational and the Queen’s Invitationals back-to-back three years ago, when I was in my 3rd year of my undergrad, but this was a much bigger and competitive field, with only a couple of teams missing and it had definitely been a while since I won a tournament,” said Coates.
Coates has won the Carleton’s Women’s Golf Team MVP for four straight years (2011-2014). Coates will compete in the Waterloo Invitational at the Cambridge Golf Club on October 3rd and 4th, 2015.
Samantha is a graduate student working towards her Master of Science in Neuroscience.